Wrightsboro Baptist Church and the COVID-19 Pandemic

Wrightsboro Baptist

Like many churches dealing with impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, Wrightsboro Baptist Church is rescheduling events. Pastors Tommy Bridges and Stuart Lewis, along with Minister of Music Peggy Croom, had originally planned to invite you to the Living Cross program. However, limitations on gatherings in our current climate mean that the program is currently postponed. Also, the golf tournament with the Carolina Faith Riders has been rescheduled for Friday May 8th.

So what does a church do when physical meetings are impossible? Lots of things, apparently! For instance, they will live stream Sunday’s sermon, accessible through their Facebook page and website at 10am. In addition to old fashioned phone calls to check on each other, small groups are using video conferencing to continue to meet while maintaining social distancing.

The pastors of Wrightsboro Baptist Church see this as a time for the church to shine. The church is not a building, but rather the people in it. And the church can show the world the hope they have in Christ during these difficult circumstances. 

For more about Wrightsboro Baptist Church, go to wrightsborobaptistchurch.org

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